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Subject: DSP-40
From: w5robert@blkbox.COM (Robert Wood)
Date: Thu Jun 23 22:39:26 1994
I've been hearing some good comments on the Radio Shack DSP-40.
Wonder if anyone on the reflector has tried it and what did you 
think of it???   I took a look at it in the store and could not 
tell if it removes carriers in both the noise or ssb
mode?  Also the CW filter supported down to 300 HZ?  The price
seemed pretty fair.  (PS.  Does it work with the low audio output
from a FT-1000 phone jack??)

73's  Robert WB5CRG

>From Jim Reisert AD1C  23-Jun-1994 2129 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com>  Fri Jun 
>24 02:29:31 1994
From: Jim Reisert AD1C  23-Jun-1994 2129 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com> (Jim 
Reisert AD1C 23-Jun-1994 2129)
Subject: Custom key overlays from V73C
Message-ID: <9406240129.AA12289@us4rmc.pko.dec.com>

I got a sample of an intersting product in the mail today.

Ken Wells, V73C manufactures custom key overlays for several software
programs.  The overlay samples I received were for K1EA's CT program.
These aren't the ordinary keyboard template that fits around the keys,
or a strip listing the commands.  Instead, these are actually little
stickers that you stick right to the top of the key.  Nothing to fall
off, get misplaced or in the way.

The text on the stickers is color coded - black for normal key, red
for control key, green for shift key and blue for ALT key, just like
the control, shift and ALT keys on your keyboard.  Since they stick on
top of the keys, it doesn't matter if your function keys are on the
left or on the top.  There are stickers for the 10 function keys plus
some of the keypad keys (ENTER, +, etc.) and ESC.

The ordering information is:

        Oklahoma Comm Center
        13424 Railway Drive
        Oklahoma City, OK  73114
        Tel:  800-765-4267

The cost of the overlays is $14.95 plus shipping.

73 - Jim AD1C

>From Eugene Walsh <0004504465@mcimail.com>  Fri Jun 24 05:32:00 1994
From: Eugene Walsh <0004504465@mcimail.com> (Eugene Walsh)
Subject: BC Filter
Message-ID: <91940624043219/0004504465PK3EM@mcimail.com>

Regarding Will's (AA4NC) BC problem, I relate 
my only experience with such.
A physician operating near a BC Tx was hearing
the local DJ in his ultrasonic diagnostic gear.
A simple cookbook elliptical filter ( 3 poles)
with the notch (A very high attenuation point
below the cutoff, and a feature of such filters)
placed on the frequency of the offending station
and installed in the RX line cured this problem.
It was cheap, quick and very effective.
73 Gene N2AA

>From Tack <je1cka@nal.go.jp>  Fri Jun 24 13:54:20 1994
From: Tack <je1cka@nal.go.jp> (Takao KUMAGAI)
Subject: JIDX '93 PH result available
Message-ID: <9406241254.AA15476@dumpty.nal.go.jp>

>From Japan International DX contest committee

JIDX '93 PH result is now available by mailserver.
Send an email to the following address.


You'll receive full result of '93 PH(about 14kb size).
No Subject: is needed but like to have your callsign
in the mail body.

This address has been maintained by myself. If you have
any problem, send a personal email to my *NEW* address.

73 & Good contesting
NEW email address: <je1cka@nal.go.jp>

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